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Rolls Royce Holdings Plc (RR.) Ordinary 20p Shares

Sell:223.00p Buy:223.40p 0 Change: 2.40p (1.06%)
FTSE 100:1.91%
Market closed Prices as at close on 21 October 2020 Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes | Switch to live prices |
Shareholder Meeting

Rolls Royce Holdings Plc Ordinary 20p Shares

Type:
Shareholder Meeting
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Update Pending
Details (last updated 2 Oct 2020)

Vote on whether the rights issue goes ahead
 
Rolls-Royce has announced plans to allow shareholders at the end of 27 October 2020 to buy 10 new shares for every 3 existing shares at a price of 32p per share.
 
This is called a rights issue and it’s a common way for companies to raise money.

 

It’s not decided whether the rights issue will go ahead yet. But as a shareholder, you can vote for or against these plans below. Please do so by noon 21 October 2020
 
Voting isn’t a request to take up the rights. If the rights issue goes ahead, we’ll be in contact with more details on how to take part.

×
Sell:223.00p
Buy:223.40p
Change: 2.40p (1.06%)
Market closed Prices as at close on 21 October 2020 Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes | Switch to live prices |
Shareholder Meeting

Rolls Royce Holdings Plc Ordinary 20p Shares

Type:
Shareholder Meeting
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Update Pending
Details (last updated 2 Oct 2020)

Vote on whether the rights issue goes ahead
 
Rolls-Royce has announced plans to allow shareholders at the end of 27 October 2020 to buy 10 new shares for every 3 existing shares at a price of 32p per share.
 
This is called a rights issue and it’s a common way for companies to raise money.

 

It’s not decided whether the rights issue will go ahead yet. But as a shareholder, you can vote for or against these plans below. Please do so by noon 21 October 2020
 
Voting isn’t a request to take up the rights. If the rights issue goes ahead, we’ll be in contact with more details on how to take part.

×
Sell:223.00p
Buy:223.40p
Change: 2.40p (1.06%)
Market closed Prices as at close on 21 October 2020 Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes | Switch to live prices |
Shareholder Meeting

Rolls Royce Holdings Plc Ordinary 20p Shares

Type:
Shareholder Meeting
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Update Pending
Details (last updated 2 Oct 2020)

Vote on whether the rights issue goes ahead
 
Rolls-Royce has announced plans to allow shareholders at the end of 27 October 2020 to buy 10 new shares for every 3 existing shares at a price of 32p per share.
 
This is called a rights issue and it’s a common way for companies to raise money.

 

It’s not decided whether the rights issue will go ahead yet. But as a shareholder, you can vote for or against these plans below. Please do so by noon 21 October 2020
 
Voting isn’t a request to take up the rights. If the rights issue goes ahead, we’ll be in contact with more details on how to take part.

×
The selling price currently displayed is higher than the buying price. This can occur temporarily for a variety of reasons; shortly before the market opens, after the market closes or because of extraordinary price volatility during the trading day.

Performance

1 week 1W 23.98% 1 year 1Y 68.1%
1 month 1M 26.01% 2 years 2Y 74.01%
3 months 3M 19.36% 3 years 3Y 75.51%
6 months 6M 28.53% 5 years 5Y 66.32%
1 week 1W 23.98% 3 months 3M 19.36% 1 year 1Y 68.1% 3 years 3Y 75.51%
1 month 1M 26.01% 6 months 6M 28.53% 2 years 2Y 74.01% 5 years 5Y 66.32%

Performance figures are based on the previous close price. Past performance is not an indication of future performance.

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